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The Three Trees. A Father and His Son. Inspirational Short Stories. They were discussing their hopes and dreams when the first tree said "Someday I hope to be a treasure chest. I could be filled with gold, silver and precious gems. I could be decorated with intricate carving and everyone would see the beauty. I will take kings and queens across the waters and sail to the corners of the world.
Nobody can inspire us like great teachers can. They seem to come along at just the right moment, at a time when we need them the most.
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4 Teaching Misconceptions That Must Be Turned Around
Once, there was a renowned monk who lived in a beautiful monastery with many of his pupils. His teachings were known to be very effective and many of his students grew up to become great masters themselves. One day, one of them was caught stealing from his fellow-students and they reported him to the monk. But he took no action against the boy. A few days later the same boy was again caught stealing. And again the head monk did nothing to punish him.
Jump to navigation. Dr Abdul Kalam has rightly said that teaching is a very noble profession that shapes the character, calibre, and future of an individual. At a time when grievances of women could hardly be heard, Savitribai Phule broke all the traditional stereotypes of the 19th century to boost a new age of thinking in British colonised India. She works at English medium school and teaches four subjects in English except for Tamil. She had only two options in front of her eyes-- either choose teaching as a profession or enjoy the position of a manager in a good corporate company.
A Chinese English department grows ever more dependent on a foreign teacher found not to its liking. Fifty students craned their necks—some standing on chairs—as the teacher passed three walnut shells around the surface of a desk. He placed the center shell over the pea and pushed it forward. He moved the shell on his left to the middle, while shifting the center shell over to where the left shell had been. He overturned the center shell, magically revealing the pea that should have been under the left shell. The students gasped. Now he switched the positions of the two shells, the shell in the middle again covering the pea, and moved the latter in a circular motion over to the right of the right-hand shell.